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  • See the others on our Facebook page). The latest campaign from New Zealand's Colenso BBDO for that country's main telecoms provider Spark is a timely reminder for parents that the internet allows kids
  • but you can see the other two over on our Facebook page. A minor note on this particular spot: it could so easily have just ended at 0:40 but it's that last 20 seconds that make it pop. Clearly the
  • Leave Nothing" over on our Facebook page. And finally, as John McEnroe always used to say, "you cannot be SERIOUS!!!" Some kind of first here as the French arm of McDonald's unveils Le Grand Veggie,
  • every week on our Adbrands home page as well as on Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. We also tweet all the new ad posts as they get added to Facebook. Follow our Twitter stream here. In the news this
  • Adbrands Daily Update 31st Jan 2019: Facebook shrugged off a year of negative headlines and privacy investigations with record quarterly profits in 4Q and a 30% jump in revenues, well ahead of analysts'
  • Pictures". Two Facebook ads in two days? Seriously? Well, yes - sorry about that - but they're both excellent and are not to be overlooked. Taking full advantage of global lockdown, Facebook has rushed
  • Here's our favourite; see two more over on our Facebook page. We're as enchanted as the bartender's various idiotic customers. Blink and you'll miss one famous face or another in this thrilling new
  • Fine work. See our Facebook page for two more spots. Remember that you can now see all the ads that caught our eye every week on our Adbrands home page as well as on Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
  • every week on our Adbrands home page as well as on Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. We also tweet all the new ad posts as they get added to Facebook. Follow our Twitter stream here. In the news this
  • 500,000 apiece to Facebook and Equifax. That was the maximum allowable under the old Data Protection Act of 1998. Under the new GDPR rules, the Facebook penalty could have been as much as $1.6bn. Adbrands

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